Qi Gong Classes

When and where are the regular classes?

-Tuesday class in Kingston

Time: 10am to 11am

Venue: Kingston Beach Sailing Club, Mount Royal Road, Kingston Beach.

 

Qigong classes are offered in term blocks which coincide with the Tasmanian public school terms (excluding public holidays and class summer break).

 

Term dates for 2018 are as follows:

Term 1: February 6 – April 10
Term 2: May 1 – July 3
Term 3: July 24 – September 25
Term 4: October 16 – November 27

 

(You can join a class at any point during term dates, simply turn up on the day/night.)

What is the cost?

Casual class:                                $15 (cash only)

Class-bundles (10 class pass): $140, buy in class or online here.

Qi Gong Workshops & Retreats

These are ‘one-off’ special events that are separate to our regular weekly classes, and provide an opportunity for more intensive practice. The 3 hour workshop and retreats give the participant a chance to develop a deeper understanding of the art.

When?                   Saturday 9th June 2018, 10am-1pm.

Where?                  Blackmans Bay Hall – 24 Ocean Esplanade, Blackmans Bay

Cost?                      $50 – Participants are asked to arrive 15 minutes early.

Registration & payment compulsory – To book your spot and pay click here.

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Qi Gong, Meditation & Mindfulness classes for the corporate sector:

These can be arranged as a one-off at your office or we can create a series of classes to suit your specific requirements.

These courses are a perfect inclusion to any Health & Wellbeing initiative or promotion taking place in your workplace.

These organisations trust us.

  • National Stroke Foundation
  • Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart
  • Wrest Point Casino
  • Dowsing Point Community Centre
  • Tasmanian Leaders Conference
  • The Hutchins School
  • Uniting Agewell Queenborough Rise
  • Carers Tasmania
  • 936 ABC Hobart
  • Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific Seven Mile Beach
  • Mount Carmel College

Private classes are great

for those just starting or to

refine your current practice

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